Jana Kramer stars in Lifetime’s first Christmas movie with a sex scene

Jana Kramer stars in Lifetime’s first Christmas movie with a sex scene

More like XXXmas.

Jana Kramer’s upcoming Lifetime movie, “A Cowboy Christmas Romance,” is the network’s first Christmas movie with a sex scene.

The “One Tree Hill” alum, who was pregnant with her and fiancé Allan Russell’s son Roman during filming, spoke about the milestone Monday on her “Whine Down” podcast.

“It’s the first [Lifetime] Christmas movie that has a sex scene,” she explained. “When I read it, I was like, ‘Well, this is gonna be interesting.’ I’m like, ‘How are we gonna do this with the baby belly?’”

Kramer, 39, portrays Lexie Crenshaw, a real estate “closer” who returns to her hometown of Tubac,  Arizona, to try to convince Coby Mason, a horse-whispering rancher (Adam Senn), to give up his family’s land while also reconsidering returning home to her roots.

Adam Senn and Jana Kramer star in Lifetime’s “A Cowboy Christmas Romance.” Lifetime

About the steamy scene, Kramer opined: “We’re on this — spoiler alert — he lays me down on some hay, and then we, you know … And then, you know, obviously, it’s still Lifetime, it’s still family. But it was pushing limits there, too.”

Kramer also used her real-life baby bump as a punchline on set.

“I was like, ‘We made a baby,’” she recalled joking to Senn, 39.

“Grey’s Anatomy” alum Sarah Drew, 43, was a writer on the film — she admitted she stood firm on keeping the boundary-bending scene in the final product.

Kramer gave birth to son Roman on Nov. 13. MIGUEL CORTES/imageSPACE / MEGA

“It all came out so beautifully, but especially the scene in the kitchen. I had written into the stage directions, ‘He pulls her up onto the counter, he shoves things off the table,’” Drew told Kramer on the podcast.

“I put it all in there, so I was like, ‘Don’t take the steam and the sex away from me. I wrote it on purpose, I want it in there.’”

“A Cowboy Christmas Romance” premieres on Lifetime on Dec. 9. Lifetime

Kramer echoed her sentiment about putting “it all in there” as she claimed Lifetime “didn’t cut anything” from the intimate scene.

“I was so happy that they really left it all in there,” she agreed.

The Post has contacted Kramer and Senn reps for comment.

“A Cowboy Christmas Romance” premieres on Lifetime on Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. EST.